After India banned Chinese mobile app, local businessmen: business cant be done

 After India banned Chinese mobile app, local businessmen: business cant be done

However, for many other people who do business through wechat, things are not so simple. Wechat means contacts and business circles. The government has given me the micro envelope, which makes it impossible for me to do business with Chinese people, complained an Indian friend from North arkhand. This friends city is rishikasi, known as the Yoga capital, which is also the gateway to the Himalayas. Every year, many tour groups and yoga lovers from all over the world come to visit, so the Chinese become one of his biggest customers. He told the Global Times: I usually communicate with Chinese customers through wechat. After wechat is blocked, I can only find other channels of contact. However, it is very difficult to copy all my friends on wechat to another platform that everyone can accept. According to the reporter, such a situation is not uncommon among many Indians who have business relations with China.

Another mobile app that has caused strong repercussions in India is tiktok. As a short video application with the largest download volume in the world, the impact of its ban in India is multifaceted. Although the reporter himself did not use this app, he used a previous report in the US New York Times that it would further split the global Internet. Banning tiktok is equivalent to cutting off the connection between ordinary people in Indias remote areas and the broad world..

Anku, who lives in New Delhi, often logs on to tiktok, who is under 30 years old. If you cant use tiktok, many fans will be taken away by other competing platforms of the same type.. In his view, tiktok is undoubtedly one of the most receptive platforms for embracing diverse groups and cultures. Many video sharers, including me, dont understand and dont approve of the ban, but we cant express this sentiment publicly, anku told the global times He said that because of the confrontation and conflict between China and India, anti China in India is becoming a kind of political correctness and if there are Indians who dare to defend China, they will undoubtedly be regarded as Indian traitors by many compatriots. Anku also revealed that many video sharers like him were forced to switch to other platforms, but not only had poor experience, but also their income was precipitous decline.

According to the reporters understanding, the above Indias tough policy towards Chinese enterprises will not be cancelled in the short term, and more radical new bans may be introduced in other fields. Including journalists, the